What you need to know about the Craigslist sewing machine case
A woman is suing Craigslist after a company installed a sewing machine in her sewing machine.
Rachelle Deutsch filed a lawsuit against eBay, the company that installed the machine, on Monday, alleging that the company’s failure to properly inspect and maintain the machine is a violation of her privacy.
Deutsch, from Long Beach, California, said she has been using her sewing machines for two years, and that she was unhappy when eBay decided to install a sewing device in her machine on Feb. 12, 2017.
The sewing machine is an adjustable, adjustable-length machine that is typically used to sew up to four garments at a time, according to Deutsch.
Deutsche Automaten, the owner of the sewing machine and the company responsible for the sewing device, has said that the machine was installed in accordance with state and federal laws, and had been properly inspected by a certified sewing machine inspector, according a company statement.
However, Deutsch claims that the sewing devices that eBay has installed in her machines are defective, which she says caused the machine to malfunction.
DeSchützer alleges that the machines “will not be able to properly sew, and will not be durable enough to be used by a customer,” and that eBay failed to inspect and properly maintain the machines and make necessary repairs.
The company has also said that Deutsch did not apply for a permit to install the sewing machines, and did not request any repairs, and it has not been notified of any potential issues with the machines.
The suit claims that DeSchützer’s right to privacy was violated by the installation of the machine and that it is a “serious breach” of Deutsch’s right “to privacy and dignity” and is a crime against Deutsch because she was not given notice of the installation or repairs, the statement said.
Deberts lawsuit seeks unspecified damages.